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Objectives-

1- To measure gauge pressure.

2- To verify Archimedes' Principle.

3- To use this principle to

determine the density of an unknown liquid

determine the density of an irregular solid

Specific gravity of various objects and fluids .

Theory:-

A body, which is less dense than water, placed on a water surface will sink

into the liquid until the body experiences a buoyant force, B that equals its weight, W.

This means that when the body floats, its weight and the buoyant force are the same in

magnitude but opposite in direction (sound

familiar?). You will use a cylinder (an

aluminum can) so that the buoyant force

due to the fluid acts only on the bottom of

the cylinder if the can floats vertically.

Once you know the force which acts on

the bottom of the can and the area of the

bottom you can find the pressure on the

bottom of the can. This is a gauge pressure

because it assumes that the downward

force is due only to the weight of the can and that the atmosphere makes no

contribution. From the definition of pressure, we have:

Force F W mg

Pr essure ……..(1)

Area A A A

N

units : 2 pascal

m

This gauge pressure is the pressure of the water on the cylinder bottom at that

depth below the surface.

We can also use the pressure-depth relation to calculate the pressure some

distance below the fluid surface:

p p 0 f gh

p p 0 f gh

p f gh ……………(2)

Where ρf is the density of fluid and h is the depth in the liquid.

Part II. Archimedes Principle:

The buoyant force is described by Archimedes’ principle as: an object, when

placed in a fluid, is buoyed up by a force equal to the weight of the fluid displaced by the

object. The principle applies to an object either entirely or partially submerged in the

fluid. The magnitude of the buoyant force depends only on the weight of the displaced

fluid, and not on the object’s weight.

(Wb ) air mb g bVb g …………………… (3)

Where mb , b ,Vb are the mass, density and volume of the object, respectively.

1. The weight of the body, Wb.

2. The buoyant force, B, on the body, which can be similarly expressed using

Archimedes Principle:

B W f m f g f V f g , …………… (4)

where the subscript f refers to the fluid.

3. The tension in the string, T = apparent weight Wapp.

Obviously, we can compute the buoyant force as

B Wb Wapp. …………….. (5)

i.e., from the difference of the actual weight of the body in air and the apparent weight

of the body in the fluid.

density of unknown liquid.

From equation (5)

Wapp. Wb B

o

The volume of the submerged part of a cuboid oriented

vertically is equal to its cross-sectional area A multiplied by

the height h of the submerged part, so

Wapp. mg ( A f g )h ……………(6)

This is a linear relationship between Wapp. and h, the slope of the plotted straight line

will be A ρ g.

f

C) Specific gravity

Specific gravity (S.G.) of any substance is the ratio of the density of a body

to the density of some standard substance. Within the limits of accuracy of this

exercise, water at room temperature ρf may be chosen as the standard

S .G. b

f

Since the volume of the water is necessarily equal to the volume of the body

immersed (call them V), then

Vg Wb Wb

S .G b b

f f Vg B Wb Wapp

mb

S.G …………………………(7)

mb mapp.

'

m

b b ………………….(8)

Vb

It’s easy to measure the mass of an object, but unless it has a regular shape it’s not so

easy to measure its volume. But Archimedes showed us how to measure volume by

measuring weight.

This upward force is equal to the weight of the displaced fluid. But the volume of the

fluid is equal to the volume of the object. From equation (4) and (8) the density of

body given by

m mb f g mb f g

b b

Vf B Wb Wapp

mb f

b …………………….. (9)

mb mapp

Apparatus:-

unknown fluid, string, and Venire caliper.

Procedure:-

1. Measure the dimensions cork container base.

2. Load a cork container with sand so that it floats in the water and shake the

sand about until the cork floats upright and level. Tilt the cork to allow any air

trapped beneath it to escape.

3. Measure the depth below the water surface of the bottom of the cork, h.

4. Remove the cork from the water, dry it off, and measure its mass. Then

calculate the gauge pressure at depth h from equation (1), and the equation (2)

5. Tabulate your measurement in table 1

A) Verification of Archimedes Principle:

object (cuboids). So, calculate the volume of body Vb which is the same

volume of fluid displaced Vf..

2- Mark off the cuboids every 1 cm vertically starting from the bottom.

3- Suspend the cuboids by string from the weigh-below hook without touching the

empty beaker located on platform

4- Determine the mass of the cuboids using a balance (mb), so (wb).

5- Now pour fluid from another beaker slowly from the side. Fill the beaker to a level

matching the first of your marks.

6- Record the new weight. Repeat for the next mark.

7- Fill the beaker of fluid so that the sample is completely submerged without

touching the container and measure the mapp. and Wapp..

8- Tabulate your measurement in table 2.

9- Calculate buoyant force B1 from equation (4), and another way B2 such as

equation (5) and compare between B1 and B2.

1. Using the measurement of table 2.

2. Plot the graph of appearance weight Wapp. as vertical axis against h as horizontal axis,

then determine the f of the fluid by equation (6).

C) Specific gravity

1. Using the measurement of table 2.

2. Substitute in equation(7).

1- Suspend the irregular body (Rock) in balance by string and measure the(mb).

2- But the known fluid density (Water is a convenient liquid to use because its

3

density equals 998 kg/m ) in the graduated cylinder and read the volume(Vf)

3- Immersed object in the graduated cylinder. Notice fluid with rise record the

volume (Vf+b) and mass mapp.

4- Calculate the volume of object (Vb) from Vb =Vf+b-Vb. used equation (8) to

calculate the ( b )1

5- Calculate density of body ( b )2 by another method, such as equation (9).

6- Record the data in table 3 and compare between ( b )1 and ( b )2.

Measurements and result:-

Table 1

P1

sample dimensions area m W A p p1

L*W A (Kg) (N) 2 *100

(Pa) (Pa) p1

(m2)

2

Part II. Archimedes Principle:

Table 2

mb=……………………Kg. Wb= mb* g =……………………N

Base area of cuboids (A) =……………*……………=……..……………m2

Theoretical density of Water ρf= 998 Kg/m3

(m) (Kg) (N)

Total submerge(ht)

Vb=Vf=A*ht=…………………………………………m3

B1 f V f g ……………………………………..N

B2 Wb Wapp. …………………………………..N

Wapp. mg ( A f g )h

From graph

Wapp. V.I.=………………………………..N Wapp (N)

Slope=……………………………….N/m

slope g

……………………..Kg/m3

A

C) Specific gravity

From table 2

mb h(m)x10

S.G =………………………=…………………….

mb mapp.

'

D) Density of irregular Solid (Density of Rock)

Table 3

ρf = ρw = 998 Kg/m3

mapp Vf Vf+b Vb mb mb f

( b )1 ( b )2

Vb mb mapp

(Kg) (m3) (m3) (m3) 3

(Kg/m ) (Kg/m3)

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